Written on: 10/02/2011 by Rathmore (1 review written)
A cracking little GT, far superior to the rival MGB GT (I hope my father in law does not read this). I've had mine since 1993 and used it daily for 7 years. Best suited to B and A roads, as motorways can become a bore - take a brisk drive out into the stick, park in front of some country pub, then sit back and feel smug as people stop to admire it. The 2 litre 6 is the car's strong point - huge torque and a fantastic sound if you fit a sports exhaust. More power is available with a trick... (read more)
Written on: 06/11/2010 by puddingdogs1 (1 review written)
I have been looking for a GT6 for many months, l have seen alot. Bad welding jobs, panel lines that don't line up.Bad played with car, a real shame. Then l found DXC494L a 1972 GT6 with two owners. The second family had her for 30 years. Always garaged, never welded & with only 88K on the clock. Drives well & sounds vell. Ok alot to do but who cares, this GT6 will live on & on for a very long time. (read more)
Written on: 24/09/2009
i've owned my Triumph GT6 for 6 years, loved every minute of it, drove to the south of france and through europe in it. A beautiful car and when its running right a great little car. Expect to have to work on it though, can be a bit of a money pit. Not the fastest compared to todays cars but such an eye catcher who cares!! (read more)
Written on: 03/08/2009
I had a Triumph GT6 MK3 2000cc in the 80s and again in 1998 and i still own it, get it cheap and your'll get what you pay for, it is one of the best looking cars of all time. But don't try using it for modern day racing, it's not fast enough (read more)
Written on: 29/11/2008 by UncleRonski (1 review written)
Nice little sports coupe that I owned in my teens with good fuel consumption from a lively straight 6. Couldn't fault it.
I loved my Mk3. Smart and stylish little performer. Well worth its money. The chrome rocker cover looked great with the bonnet up at car rallies. (read more)
Written on: 22/10/2008
I have owned a gt6 mkIII for a little over two months now and it is a joy to drive. So far I've only had issues with a carburettor float which was easy to sort.
The driving experience is a lot of fun - you are so low to the ground an arm out the window can touch the tarmac. This gocartesque feel makes everything seem twice as fast. In reality though this is not a rocket car and the best acceleration you get is between 30 and 50mph. A little front heavy on the turns which makes it all the more... (read more)
Written on: 16/08/2008
A well sorted GT6 is a blast to drive. It is as charismatic as the XKE, but cheaper to own and operate. (read more)
Written on: 15/04/2005 by cook1e (1 review written)
The Triumph GT6 is a fairly rare car nowadays, I guess that there must only be a few hundred left on the road in the UK. It's a really good looker too so if you own one expect to turn a few heads.
First impression as you get into the car is how compact it is, it's a low car with low seat height and once inside it's a snug driving position with the padded transmission tunnel giving some additional lateral support. Start the car and the 6 cylinder engine sounds smooth and refined and has a... (read more)
Written on: 13/01/2005 by Artisan (8 reviews written)
The Triumph GT6 MK3 2000cc is a much overlooked practical little classic sports car with real punch from a 6 cylinder 2ltr Engine. Part of the Triumph Sports Six family, which means cheap and plentiful spares as it shares parts with the Spitfire, Herald and Vitesse. It's a great looking little two seater coupe with a fantastic turning circle and on some models an optional rear seat was fitted although this is quite small. The rear luggage space is ample for most day to day things and the... (read more)